Don’t get me wrong, I like to KJF, it’s more fun, since it IS harder to execute. I like a challenge. Probably why I like to play the Axis… they’re the underdog.
So KJF is an underdog type of allied strategy. 😉
KJF is harder of master, not of execute. When you master KJF, it’s more powerful than a mastered KGF. First, because very few people know how counter KJF and many start to do strange things. Second, because it’s easier for axis reach economic parity in KGF than in KGF. Third, for league games, I found it’s easier reach 9 VCs with KJF (Manila, Shangai, Paris). Fourth, a KGF strat let Japan try invade american mainland (a strat I still don’t master, but seems very nasty in a initial KGF game)